Title by cataloguer. A view of horse-drawn sleds. Men and women travelers are seen standing alongside the sleds. A chicken stands on the back of the lead horse. A short, wooden fence runs along the left, and a house is far in the background.
Title taken from accompanying note. "Meeting the mail in Teikhill Canyon. Photo No. D85, negative 194, Post Card 'Old Sob' No. 31." Horses seen here are knee-deep in snow. [This may be in or near Mount Tiekel or in the Tiekel River, between...
Title taken from caption. "L. T. Erwin's teams Hauling in the country largest load 7 1/2 CDS, smallest load 6 CDS. Photo by Johnson." See identical photograph UAF-1989-166-383 & postcard UAF-1989-166-1186. Black & white postcard.
Title taken from caption. "L. T. Erwins Teams, Drawing Thirty Cords of Wood to the N. C. Co. [Northern Commercial Company], Size of Loads, 7 1/2, 7, 6, 3 1/2 Cords." See identical photograph UAF-1989-166-383. Black and white postcard.
Title taken from verso. "Interior [illegible] Yukon? Sam White plane? [illegible]? R. Ed Young mid. Harry Avakoff? [illegible] Ed young left Avakoff mid Percy Hubbard R Eaglerock plane. Reproduced by J. Lardy."
Title by indexer. Trains of freight wagons or sledges, one pulled by a team of horses and the other pulled by a tractor. The wagons have large loads lashed down with chains. There are possible horse feed buckets at left.
Title taken from caption (lower right). Photo of a "SOUVENIR OF ALASKA'S FIRST AIRMAIL FLIGHT FAIRBANKS TO JUNEAU 8, 1938" (lower-left caption). Also on the front of the image is a caption (upper right) that reads "MALEMUTE MAIL EXPRESS SAYS...
Title by indexer. A view of a footpath leading to various log cabins. A group of people are gathered in the distance. Large logs are buried in the deep snow, and sleds and other items are scattered nearby.